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Why should you apply for a bar loan? Bar exam and bar prep loans cover the costs of exam prep, the bar exam itself, and living expenses while you are preparing to take the bar.

Residency and relocation loans help dental school students and graduates pay for the cost of preparing for dental boards and relocating for a residency.

There are options to help pay for law school such as scholarships, grants, federal and private student loans. We explain these options so you can determine how you will pay for law school.

Medical students can find scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships to help pay for school. Savings may be an option, but loans are often needed. Start with federal student loans then look for competitive private loans.

Scholarships, grants and federal student loans are the best place to start when paying for pharmacy school. Private student loans are also an option and offer competitive interest rates.

Planning on earning an MBA? Get to know your federal and private student loan options for covering the cost of business school, including who is eligible, and how much you can borrow.

Medical and residency loans help post-graduate medical students pay for board exam fees and costs associated with residency and relocation. Find competitive loans from top lenders.

Graduate students can borrow federal and private student loans. Federal student loans include Direct Unsubsidized Loans and Grad PLUS Loans. Private student loans are also available and may offer more competitive rates.

Comparing student loan options for can be difficult. This chart will help you understand the differences between private student loans and PLUS Loans, including options for parents.